Elegant and sophisticated. Malvern is a suburb in Melbourne’s south east celebrated for its charming mix of luxurious period homes, modish residential projects, life’s necessities, decadent restaurants and designer stores, perfectly balanced by peaceful natural surrounds and quiet streetscapes. Fine heritage buildings now repurposed into retail and dining hubs gives Glenferrie Road shopping strip a tastefully eclectic appeal. Malvern is a homewares haven and a food purveyor heaven with many dining and retail businesses woven into its rich landscape and waiting to be uncovered. Home to many serene outdoor spaces, enjoy a stroll through the beautiful Malvern Gardens prized with an ornamental pond and grotto. Illustrious custom sites such as Stonington Mansion, Malvern Town Hall, Malvern Tram Depot and many more are a timeless testament to Malvern’s notable popularity dating back to its establishment in the early 1800’s. So much history frames this faultless suburb and Malvern locals have been impeccable in preserving its period splendor whilst infusing it with modern day style.


At sense of composure, deep comfort and satisfied with the simplicity of life.  Excited by an array of local indulgences and vibrant neighboring suburbs ready to be discovered.


You’re only 8km for Melbourne’s CBD.

Two train stations service Malvern locals. Malvern train station, a busy station positioned on the Frankston, Pakenham & Cranbourne lines and Tooronga station positioned on the Glen Waverly line. Local buses services and trams routes along High Street, Malvern and Wattletree Road’s sufficiently service Malvern commuters.

Australia’s leading private schools and exceptional public schools including De La Salle College, Malvern Primary School, Tooronga Road, St Joseph’s Primary School, Malvern Central School.


  • Malvern Central
  • David Jones
  • Malvern Library
  • Sir Robert Menzies Reserve
  • Tooronga Park
  • Milton Gray Reserve
  • Malvernvale Hotel
  • The Gables
  • Club House
  • Neon Tiger
  • Millstone Bakery
  • Milton Wine Shop

POPULATION 11,035 (2018)

BOUNDARIES Toorak Road and Gardiners Creek in the north, generally by Tooronga Road in the east, Dandenong Road in the south and generally by Glenferrie Road in the west.

MUNICIPALITY City of Stonnington